Ruinart and Dior Parfums present An Afternoon Tea for the Senses at The Drawing Room of the grand, old dame—St Regis.
SINGAPORE — Fashion weeks are upon us, and your favourite Asian celebrities are out and about attending catwalk shows. We spy Korean star Suzy Bae, Hong Kong celebrity Hanna Chan and Taiwanese actress Alyssa Chia (who’s known for her role in ‘The Prince of Han Dynasty’) at the airport.Decked in Dior’s must-have Tote Bags and slouchy, comfy wears, the celebs posed for cameras before changing out to their glam wears later for SS20 catwalk shows in Paris.READ MORE:Double protection: These iPhone 11 phone cases are multifunctional and shock-proofMust-have travel essentials for the savvy jet setterSmart hacks for the home with space constraints
The controversial advert, which was pulled by luxury brand Dior, was made with 'great respect' for Native Americans, the actor has said.
SINGAPORE — The House of Dior introduces a personalisation service, ABCDior, that lets customers have their name embroidered on the Dior Book Tote, Diorcamp bags, and Walk’n’Dior sneakers at selected boutiques worldwide. The ABCDior pop-up at Marina Bay Sands will run until 14 July, giving fans a chance to personalise their favourite items.
Last Wednesday (17 April), Dior threw a party 'Be Dior, Be Pink' which saw familiar faces like Jeanette Aw, Desmond Tan, Narelle Kheng, and Benjamin Kheng in attendance.
See all the best runway looks from the top Fall 2019 collections at Paris Fashion Week. From Harper's BAZAAR
From Naomi Campbell‘s surprise runway return for Valentino to Viktor and Rolf’s meme-inspired dresses, Haute Couture Fashion Week has provided some serious desk-side chatter.Renowned for its dreamlike creations and purse-load of zeros price tags, the world of couture is seriously exclusive – giving the industry’s elite the perfect chance to demonstrate their sartorial prowess via the FROW.Thankfully, Céline Dion has continued to defend her position as reigning Queen of Couture this season in a series of gram-worthy outfit changes. First up, she watched the Alexandre Vauthier SS19 show unfold in a thigh-high split dress by the designer.Just a mere few hours later, she switched up the drama in a bow-embellished shirt and co-ordinating trousers for the Giorgio Armani Privé runway – where she gave the main man himself a quick post-show hug.Over at Chanel, brand ambassador Kristen Stewart stole the spotlight in a cropped jacket (in trademark bouclé of course) with metallic low-slung trousers and millennial-style sunnies to finish. Meanwhile, fellow actress Marion Cotillard demonstrated how to work the cycling short trend in the winter months with a chic quilted bum bag to hand.From rising star Rami Malek at Dior to a Valentino-clad Kristin Scott Thomas (we need her coat), here’s who wore what at Haute Couture Fashion Week.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Fashion’s ‘It’ crowd is getting younger, as Netflix’s rising stars take to the FROW at FendiFrom Naomi Campbell to David Beckham, all the celebrity style from Paris Men’s Fashion WeekBest dressed Brits: January 2019’s top celebrity fashion
The results? Exceptional works of art by artists from Colombia, Turkey, South Korea, China, United States, France and Japan as they push the envelope and incorporated local nuances and elements from their culture.
The actress stars in a new commercial for Dior's iconic J'Adore perfume that celebrates diversity and women.
The Duchess of Sussex looked to an under-the-radar label for the London outing.
When is a fragrance campaign more than just a fragrance campaign? When Charlize Theron gives us life by serving equal amounts of female empowerment and glamour while fronting Dior's iconic J'adore scent. She's been the face of the fragrance for almost a decade now, and has starred in a number of campaigns, but this one just might be our favorite yet. Shot by Jean-Baptiste Mondino, the spot concludes with an empowering "we are gold" tagline, and Theron embodies the dynamic nature of the
Fall 2016 Haute Couture Fashion Week came to an epic finale with Fendi last night, and the season is full of exquisite, extraordinary looks that have taken weeks or even months to create. As always, couture is all in the details. Whether it’s something as simple as a sleeve with just the right type of rings to finish off the look, or small, intricate pieces of fabrics have been recycled, swirled, twirled, and sewn together to make an over-the-top dress, often the full beauty of couture is in the close-up.After all, couture is not just about the showstoppers and the most outrageous looks — it is about the craftsmanship and the finer details that aren’t always obvious. Ahead, 12 looks that are even more beautiful up close. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Seventy-year-old French fashion house Dior reportedly will soon appoint a female creative director for the first time ever. At least two sources have disclosed that Valentino’s Maria Grazia Chiuri will be trading Milan for Paris to head up the iconic maison.
Dior had the sunglasses of last year with “So Real.” This year, they’re hoping to capture the Zeitgeist again with their new 2016 shades. Meet the DiorSplit.
Lawrence ditched the treacherous-yet-stunning floor-length look for a tight sheath with see-through bustier top that hit just below the knees.